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Getting Past Betrayal to Rebuild a Marriage

Posted May 11, 2012 by in Articles | No comments yet

Anyone who has found out that their partner has betrayed them would undoubtedly be heartbroken. When this happens, you may consider ending your marriage and getting out while you can. Since you still love your spouse, chances are good that you’d like to figure out a way to save your marriage; however, how can you ever trust your partner again? You won’t be able to rebuild your marriage just because you realize that everyone makes mistakes every now and then. As long as you are strong enough to get through the pain of being betrayed, it is possible for you to save your marriage and be able to trust your partner again.

Getting over being betrayed by your spouse isn’t something that will happen overnight. Before you will be able to trust your partner again, you will have to work through many feelings of anger, sadness, and confusion. Also, you will need to rest assured that your partner won’t betray you again in the future. Whenever you first find out, you likely won’t think that you will ever be able to get over it, but you can in time.

Needless to say, your spouse will be absolutely remorseful about his or her mistake. Maybe they simply started taking the marriage for granted. Some people simply need a wake-up call to realize just how important their union is. They are probably willing to promise you anything if only you can forget and forgive. It probably won’t be possible for you to forget about what your partner did, but you can certainly try to forgive their mistake.

Your first impulse may be to shut your spouse out of your life, because you’re hoping to save yourself pain. It isn’t possible to shut your partner out entirely unless you get divorced. It is important to be honest and communicate thoroughly. Even if you find yourself repeating the same questions over and over, this is what it’s going to take for you to heal and begin to trust again.

A final step is to determine the reason why the problem occurred in the first place and to working on solving the root cause. It’s never good enough to just treat the symptoms, so you may have to dig deep and be brutally honest in order to rebuild some semblance of trust.

Kristie Brown writes on a variety of topics from health to technology. Check out her websites on Stop Divorce and Marriage Success Secrets.

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